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EWC allows students to explore job opportunities at job fair

Eastern Wyoming College student Logan Bauer, left, talks with Black Hills Energy representative Gary Monteagado about online employment resources with the company during the spring EWC Job Fair in the Petsch Activity Center gymnasium on the campus in Torrington on Tuesday.

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Roads and money tops meeting

Commissioner and Chairman Carl Rupp opened the April 17 Goshen County Commissioner meeting to a full room of residents wanting to talk about roads.

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28th Avenue Dancers...

28th Avenue Dance Studio members, from left, instructor Taylor Kath, dancers: Calista Dugger, Jazmine Rodriguez, Avey Jersperson, Brittany Schlager, instructor Victoria Stromski competed in the Denver Spotlight Dance Cup Competition recently.

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Blazers of the month...

THS Blazers of the month

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Building a connection

Earlier this week, the Lingle Senior Center was the site of intergenerational bonding, as students from Lingle-Fort Laramie High School shared their knowledge of smartphones and other technology with area senior residents.

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Lincoln Elementary’s second graders Wing It!

Photos by Rob Mortimore